Photography is hard – let alone the whole learning how to use the proper lighting aspect of it, but also learning the photographer’s vocabulary.
Over the past few weeks, I have been trying to figure out how to shoot on manual while learning what the heck aperture, shutter speed, and ISO even mean. When I change one, something changes, then I change the other, and it changes even more, but this time, it’s worse. So, I attempt to change one back, and I mess it up even more because I accidentally changed the wrong one. I just can’t win!
I like to think of myself as someone who is not technologically challenged. But, then I remember that I still have never played with an iPhone because they scare me, I’ve never played with an iPad for the same reason, and I still use the 30GB classic IPOD from the stone age (five years ago?)…
But, anyways, here is my attempt at shooting photos at night. I promise, I’ll work to improve.
Harper’s is my favorite bar on the Square in San Marcos because it has real darts – not the plastic ones that probably SHOULD be in a bar to prevent drunken frat boys from throwing them at each other, but nonetheless, I like real darts better.
This is Aquarena Springs Drive across from Sewell Park.